A lot of talk these days surrounds Mobile Device Management, why you need it and how you can use it to help control your mobile workforce. But did you know that if you work with a recent version of Exchange server, you have some portion of the control for mobile devices that sync to your… Read more »
Posts By: Andrew Healey
Part of keeping your device secure is making sure that if it is lost or stolen, other people cannot access your data. Both IOS and Android have built-in device encryption which renders the data on the device useless if the password is unknown. To encrypt an iPhone or iPad (3GS or later): Touch Settings, this… Read more »
Most mobile cloud apps are aimed toward consumerism. News organizations like CNN have mobile apps to get the latest headlines, Netflix lets you watch the latest movies, Pandora and Spotify help you enjoy music from wherever you have 4G. It’s tougher to find applications that help you do your job in the same way. We recently… Read more »
One of the biggest frustrations we have run across with the release of Windows 8 is how to shut it down. It used to be fairly simple, but now it takes a series of hot-keys or find some magical area of the lower right portion of the screen that will bring up the “Charms” menu. From there you can… Read more »
We recently received an email from a reader asking what seemed a relatively simple question: “How do you perform a complete system backup in Windows 8?” The immediate answer that came to mind was, “click on the Windows key, and type ‘backup’ and it should be there!” But as you may have found, when you… Read more »
If you have been working with Windows 8, use Outlook.com or have a Windows phone or Surface tablet, you might be familiar with a service from Microsoft called OneDrive. It is a cloud application built into Windows 8 that allows you to store up to 7GB worth of documents or pictures and have them be accessible… Read more »
Last week, a group of hackers were all over the web for taking Forbes staff reporter, Andy Greenberg, on a joy ride in a Ford Escape and Toyota Prius (check out the video below). The purpose of this joy ride: To highlight the security vulnerabilities found in many of the most common cars. And the more that are connected, the more this will become a critical issue. An issue that has been mostly ignored by the auto industry.